The votes are tallied for Week 2 and it was an absolute blowout by the Think Thank crew. With an over-whelming win, it looks as if we weren't ready to see a repeat upset like we did in Week 1 when Nick Khater's Video Gypsy took down TJ Schneider and his Snowboard Realms. Not at all, actually. Jesse Burtner's brainchild toppled JTR productions this week and will be moving on to the next round to vie for the $5,000 prize
Week 3 is now upon us and we have two more Superpark Sunday Showdown contenders, with Rubbish Heap going thead-to-head against YKWII. Vote for your favorite video and help them advance to the next round and potentially win $5,000 compliments of Gatorade. Voting is allowed each day, so check back to make sure your favorite is winning. Voting will end 7/2/10 at midnight.
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For those of you not in the know, Rubbish Heap represents the vision of filmer Jake Zalutsky. For years, Zalutsky has been a staple in the snow film scene, and since signing on with Flow, has had a hand in producing their team videos, such as last year's offering Bad Reputation. The all black-and-white documentary style film showcased the Flow team on the road for six weeks, but Jake's edit in this showdown is strictly from Superpark and not necessarily focused solely on his regular roster. Featuring: 2010 Winter Olympics bronze medalist Scotty Lago, Shane Fortier, Brandon Reis, Jeremy Thompson, Graham Hoffman, Kade Madsen, Chas Guldemond, Lonnie Kauk, Torgir Bergeim and more. Sit back, relax and enjoy Zalutsky's edit and bask in the satisfaction that you are seeing the first and only time a Will Smith song will ever and has ever been featured in a snowboard edit.
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What's better than seeing riders chuck themselves off a 102ft jump? Watching riders chuck themselves off a 102ft jump filmed from a heli. And that is exactly what Tommy Little, Ivan Marcinko and his Northwest-based YKWII Media did. Not so much That's It, That's All style, but instead from a remote-controlled helicopter. At one point, there was a rumor circulating that Josh Sherman was in the cockpit flying the thing in order to sneak in to Superpark, but Marcinko and his gang put that fodder to rest real quick. Even though they decided to leave the riders' names a mystery, a few that we caught were Austin Hironaka, Niko Cioffi, Lonnie Kauk, Austin Sweetin, Tyler Flanagan (Benjamin Button), Sam Hulburt, and obviously a few others.
About Superpark Sunday Showdown
The Superpark Sunday Showdown is presented by Gatorade. This interactive contest is a weekly video faceoff where two Superpark edits go head to head with the victor being decided by you, the snowboardermag.com viewer. The entry that receives the most votes each week advances to the next round. All told, there are 16 film companies in contention, each with hopes of advancing all the way to the end of the brackets where they will receive the $5,000 grand prize courtesy of Gatorade. Keep in mind that only one vote a day will be counted per viewer, per browser, so keep coming back to www.snowboardermag.com daily to support your favorite vids.